I was super stoked to have this interview with a woman I truly admire and who was a mentor of mine on my Ayurvedic journey.
What I love most about Dr. Claudia Welch is that she is the perfect measure of practical and mystical. With her training in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda and years of practicing and teaching in these fields, she can wax poetic and simultaneously give sound, transformational healing advice and prescriptions.
This too is what I love about Ayurveda; it is grounded in science, over 5000 years of experience and it is ultimately a path of healing through awareness and self-compassion.
In this interview we speak about “being light” and how we absorb light through our whole being as well as the art of slowing down. Dr. Claudia Welch poses some through provoking questions and gives some soulful advice for yogis, Ayurveda enthusiasts and seekers alike.
Dr. Claudia Welch and I discuss:
- How to be a student of life is true Ayurvedic education
- What the “master image” is and how it shapes our life
- How what we focus on effects our biology
- The number one lesson from her Guru that he gave her when she was 8 years old
- Why we keep pushing when we think we’re not enough
Join us for this light-filled, heart-felt and deep discussion.
And ladies, do yourself a favour and get Dr. Claudia Welch’s book: Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life: Achieving Optimal Health and Wellness Through Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine and Western Science
Dr. Claudia Welch is the author of Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life: Achieving Optimal Health and Wellness Through Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine and Western Science and The Four Qualities of Effective Physicians: Practical Ayurvedic Wisdom for Modern Physicians. She is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, an Ayurvedic practitioner and international speaker. Dr. Welch explores how ideas in Eastern medicine apply to women’s health, and today’s reality in general.
Learn more at DrClaudiaWelch.com
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